We are live on tape from Providence, Rhode Island and your announcers are Michael ‘Brown’ Cole and The Miz.
Michael and Miz are in the ring and they welcome everyone to the show.
Michael introduces Miz as the former Intercontinental Champion. Miz responds with a really and says that Cole should have introduced him as the man who will become the new Intercontinental Champion on Sunday at Hell in a Cell.
Michael mentions our ‘main event’ on Main Event between Dolph Ziggler and Ryback.
Miz says that Dolph is fast, agile, and incredible in the ring. Dolph is a former World Champion and the Money in the Bank briefcase holder. He faces Ryback, a dominant force, and the man who could become the new WWE Champion on Sunday at Hell in a Cell.
We go to a Ryback video package.
Cole asks if Ryback is unstoppable. Michael asks the man who lost to Ryback on Monday. Miz says that it is one thing to watch him on tape, but to stand across the ring with him and staring at him in the eyes, but there is nothing in there.
We go to a Dolph Ziggler video package. Dolph says that whether you like him or hate him, you wish you were him. He says that people are going to watch him and say that he is good. Booker says that Dolph talks a lot of trash but he backs it up in the ring. Will Sasso says that he likes watching Dolph and he says that this is amazing. He says that he does a lot of what Shawn Michaels did. David Otunga says that Dolph is so good and arrogant, but he backs it up.
Dolph says that he wants to be the best ever. One day he is going to be. He will go home as the show stealer each night.
Matt Striker is with Ryback in the interview area. Matt says that some have said that he has not earned his shot at the WWE Championship. Ryback says that they should watch what he will do to Ziggler. It is feeding time.
Josh Mathews is with Dolph Ziggler and Josh asks him for his strategy. Dolph has no comment. Josh asks about the gameplan and Dolph tells Josh not now. Ziggler tells Josh to get out of his locker room now.
Match Number One: Ryback versus Dolph Ziggler
The crowd chants ‘Feed Me More’ before the bell rings and Ziggler does not too excited about this match.
Ziggler goes to the apron but Ryback pulls him back into the ring by the hair and he sends Ziggler into the turnbuckles sternum first. Ziggler goes to the apron and Ryback brings Ziggler over the top rope by the throat. Ziggler rolls to the floor. Ryback goes to the floor and Ziggler with kicks but he tries for a leaping DDT but Ryback catches Ziggler and then drops him to the floor and sends Ziggler into the ringside barrier.
Ryback sends Ziggler back into the ring and he wants Ziggler to get up. Ryback tries for a power slam but Ziggler gets out of the hold and then he leaves the ring and runs up the ramp. Ryback follows after Ziggler and we go to commercial.
We are back and Ryback returns to the ringside area with Ziggler on his back as Ryback’s music plays. Ryback presses Ziggler over his head and sends him into the ring. Ziggler with two clotheslines and Ryback does not move. Ryback tosses Ziggler into the air and then to the mat.
Ryback circles Ziggler and then he picks up Ziggler and applies a bear hug. Ryback charges into the corner and Ziggler moves. Ryback hits the ring post with his shoulder. Ziggler with a double sledge from the turnbuckles followed by a drop kick but Ryback stays on his feet. Ryback with a power bomb and he sets up for an hits the lariat. Ryback signals that it is over and he picks up Ziggler for the marching muscle buster and the three count.
We go to commercial.
We are back with the Raw Rebound.
On the Hell in a Cell preshow, John Cena will discuss the AJ Lee Scandal.
We go to the post match situation from Raw between CM Punk and Ryback.
Michael and Miz are back in the ring and it is time to hear from Paul Heyman. Paul is on the TitanTron.
Michael asks Paul about Ryback’s savage beating of Dolph Ziggler. Paul says that Cole’s question is based on Dolph Ziggler being in the same category as the reigning and defending WWE Champion, but Paul says that is not the case.
Paul says that some suggest that Ryback is a Punk eating carnivore. Paul says that Miz took his beating like a man instead of Dolph Ziggler who kept running away.
Miz asks Paul if Dolph losing is a sign for CM Punk on Sunday. Paul says that one has nothing to do with the other. Ryback is an athlete with unprecedented power and he does everything with bad intentions. To survive Hell in a Cell, it requires intelligence, cunning, and strategy. These are attributes that Ryback lacks. On Sunday, Punk will feed Ryback his first loss and Punk will prove that he is the best in the world.
Match Number Two: Sin Cara versus Alberto Del Rio (with Ricardo Rodriguez)
They lock up and Del Rio backs Cara into the corner. Del Rio with kicks to Cara and the referee pulls Alberto out of the corner. Del Rio with a suplex for a near fall. Del Rio with a kick to the back. Del Rio with a knee and he tries to hip toss Del Rio out of the ring but Cara bounces off the ropes. Cara with kicks to Del Rio followed by a double jump twisting arm drag.
Cara tries for the handspring back elbow but Del Rio moves and then Del Rio sends Cara shoulder first into the ring post. Del Rio with a kick to the arm and Cara goes to the floor holding his arm. Del Rio sends Cara back into the ring and he gets a near fall. Del Rio with a key lock. Cara gets a near fall with a rollup.
Del Rio with a tilt-a-whirl back breaker for a near fall. Del Rio with another kick to Cara and Ricardo approves. Del Rio with more kicks to Cara and he applies a rear chin lock. Cara with a kick but Del Rio with an Irish whip. Cara goes to the apron and he tries for a springboard move but Del Rio pushes Cara to the floor and we go to commercial.
We are back and Del Rio with a waist lock and he has Cara’s mask partially off but Cara gets it back on. Cara with a sunset flip for a near fall. Del Rio misses a shoulder into the corner and Alberto hits the post. Ricardo checks on Alberto. Cara with a head scissors take down followed by the handspring back elbow. Cara with an Asai DDT for a near fall.
Cara charges into the corner but Del Rio sends Cara to the apron. Cara with an enzuigiri and he tries for the swanton but Del Rio gets his knees up and then Del Rio applies the cross arm breaker and Sin Cara taps out.
Winner: Alberto Del Rio
After the match, Alberto asks Randy if he is watching this. That is going to be him on Sunday at Hell in a Cell. He is going to expose Randy as what he is. A little crying girl who complains about everything.
Alberto says that he does not have to brag in a place like Providence. He does not have to sing songs about millions of dollars because he has millions of dollars. He does not have to giggle like a little boy.
Alberto is interrupted by Darren Young and Titus O’Neil. Darren asks if he heard Alberto correctly. Titus says the last time they checked, they never had a problem with Alberto and Alberto never had a problem with them.
Alberto says that he has no business with them because he is in the major league. Alberto says that he is not their enemy. That faceless little peasant from Mexico is their enemy. Alberto says that they should work together.
Alberto with a kick to Sin Cara and Darren and Titus join in. Alberto tries to pull Sin Cara’s mask off and Randy Orton makes his way to the ring.
Orton with a power slam to Young and an RKO to Titus. Randy makes sure that Darren does not feel left out and he gets an RKO for his troubles.
Randy Orton picks up Sin Cara and then he gets the mic. Randy tells Alberto that he is looking forward to seeing him on Sunday at the pay per view. He does not know how much is going to be left after Sunday but Rey Mysterio will be back next week. Why doesn’t Alberto join forces with his new best friends and face him, Sin Cara, and Rey Mysterio next week.
Orton tells Del Rio trick or treat.
We go to credits.